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Synonyms for outback

the bush country of the interior of Australia

inaccessible and sparsely populated


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He joked about never going hungry in the Australian outback because of the amount of flies you can eat.
Says Minchin, "I was lucky enough to grow-up in Western Australia and know that the Australian outback is vast and spell-binding and heart-stoppingly beautiful, and the characters that inhabit it are unique and hilarious and tough and cheeky.
The Thorn Birds is set in the Australian Outback and spans the years 1915 to 1969.
Part of the Australian Outback is to be closed this summer to prevent the deaths of tourists who get stranded in the desert.
VOYAGES Hotels & Resorts is anticipating a surge in bookings for Australian outback adventures when Baz Luhrmann's epic new film Australia is released in the UK on December 26.
But the proposal led to John Molony, mayor of Mount Isa in the Australian outback, coming under fire yesterday.
The earliest examples may be designs featuring wild tigers and god-figures carved into stone caves in southern India and the arid Australian outback.
In the 1940s massive tracts of the Australian Outback had no Flying Doctor service or bush nurses and only a scattering of hospitals.
This beautiful picture book provides an Australian outback setting and uses Australia's unique animals to present the well known and fun Twelve Days of Christmas song.
THE LAST EXPLORER: HUBERT WILKINS, HERO OF THE GREAT AGE OF POLAR EXPLORATION tells of the most successful explorer in history: a self-taught farm boy from the Australian outback who became a cameraman, reporter, pilot, spy and adventurer.
Reputable psychiatric help is apparently in short supply in the Australian Outback, where the film's story takes place.
The animals are pictured against a background of the scorching Australian outback but are wrapped up warm to ward off the chill of the InBev lager brand.
offers an intriguing look into the celebrations of such different people and cultures as those of the Australian Outback, Bali, the Amazon basin of South America, the tropical islands of Indonesia in South Asia, and so many more.
Ably compiled and co-edited by academicians Brian Dibble (Personal Chair in Comparative Literature at Curtin University) and Jim Evans (Professor Emeritus of Journalism and Agricultural Communications at the University of Illinois), as well as featuring the landscape photography of Richard Woldendorp, Marking The Land: A Collection Of Australian Bush Wisdom And Humor is an engaging, entertaining, and occasionally inspiring anthology of colorful of quotes and sayings drawn from the frontiers of the Australian Outback.
A SUPERSONIC jet engine travelling at seven times the speed of sound has been tested in the Australian Outback.
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